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Hey ya'll, Got a dunmy question fer ya. Where is the danged horn located on a 2013 RAM 1500 4X4 Big Horn?
Been crawlin all over this bad boy and can't seem to find it.
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Under battery in the 2013's. I hate it. Soooooooooooo loud in the cab! LOL!

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It should be on the drivers side just to the left of the headlight if you are facing the front of the truck.

If you go to MOPARS e-store and enter your model, year etc. and do a search for horn under electrical. You will see there is only 1 available and if you click on the picture it will bring up a larger one so you can see the location.
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Under battery in the 2013's. I hate it. Soooooooooooo loud in the cab! LOL!

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Hey thanx guys! Yer right! the horns are located behind the battery. Access is by removal of the fenderwell. As for the loudness in the cab. I resolved that somewhat by revolving the rear horn so it faces forward instead of backwards. They're mounted on a "Tee" shaped bracket, and each horn is mounted via 1 stud each, so they can be rotated somewhat. I had to change the tone because they sound was very annoying to my ears. Turned the adjustment screw a couple turns and now it sounds similar to an old "Oooga" horn. If you have very small and limber arms, you can access the horn mount via the access hole in the fenderwell, and using a small air wrench. Me, I'm too old, and my arms are too big, so fenderwell removal was the only way for me.
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